Manchester City midfielder, Phil Foden has come out to hail Pep Guardiola for being a genius manager. Foden recently revealed that despite the praise he is getting, he still has a lot to improve on.
According to him, there are several quality players at the club, so he definitely has to keep playing well to earn a spot in the team.
He added that the result at Stamford Bridge was very good for confidence, and it will inspire the players to push for more victories.
His words, “I still have a lot to learn,”
“There’s quality players here. Riyad Mahrez on the bench today could easily play.
“There’s quality players at the club and I just have to keep doing well each time and improving.
“The manager’s praise means a lot when you put 100 per cent into a game. It feels nice. I’m enjoying my football and I want to keep enjoying it.”
“It gives you the confidence, coming here and getting a result how we did,”
“It gives everyone confidence in the training room and we want to keep pushing and playing like this more often.
“The first half was brilliant. To be three goals up, it’s not always easy to go into the second half three goals up and play the same way.
“You could probably tell the second half we dropped off a bit and let them have it. Overall it was a great performance and doesn’t put us in a bad position with the games in hand.
“We’ve played good every game but just not finished our chances. Today was a brilliant performance and much more clinical in the final third.”
“We had that little break after the last game and maybe that helped us out to have the energy today. It was a great performance, everyone played top today.
“We always have great tactics going into big games like this – Pep’s a genius at things like this.
“As you can tell we played the right way and we definitely done them staying high and wide and going down the flanks. It was something we did well.”
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